Associate Professor Kate Tregloan
Associate Professor Teaching and Learning
Assoc Prof Kate Tregloan focuses on creative education and its contributions to interdisciplinary impact, the built environment, and addressing community need. She has developed architecture and interdisciplinary projects in NSW, Tasmania and Victoria, and has led cross-faculty and cross-institutional programs. She is a registered Architect, and is most interested in the decisions and values that influence creative work, and how digital tools can support learning and making.
Research outcomes apply design thinking to develop interactive tools for practitioners and educators, and offer new ways to look at praxis and production. Recent projects include the internationally award-winning RIPL POE built and technology design evaluation framework and panoramas (2015); and MyHomeSpace, a VR gamespace to inform supported housing design for people with disability through the NDIS (2018). Kate was primary chief investigator of Multiple Measures, an Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching funded project investigating assessment design for interdisciplinary education (2016). (Ref: ID14-3909)